Trucking is the backbone of America, surpassing boat, plane, and rail in the amount of U.S. goods transported each year.
With issues currently facing the trucking industry, such as capacity and the pending hours of service changes that would reduce the number of hours a driver is allowed to travel, companies are facing driver shortages.
Lucky for you, you are an experienced truck driver looking for employment. So you start applying to local trucking companies. After all, one trucking company is just as good as another right? Wrong.
Imagine this. You are a highly qualified truck driver who has been in the industry for more than a decade. You know the ins and outs about your job, are always on time, act professional and courteous to customers, and do what it takes to get the job done right.
Unfortunately, your race prevents you from reaching the same height as your fellow employees. You receive low pay, are given the worst hours, and are belittled by your dispatch team. You are tired of being stranded by the side of the road due to old equipment that is not maintained and when you are late for an appointment due to technical issues resulting from the horrible equipment you have to drive, you get yelled at by your boss.
Now imagine this. You are a readily uniformed driver who is treated with respect and acknowledged for your work.
Now you no longer have to imagine, you can make it reality by applying to Road Scholar Transport.
Road Scholar Transport is currently accepting applications for drivers and owner operators online at http://www.roadscholar.com/employment.php. Just take a look at what Road Scholar Transport has to offer:
-Full-time employees are eligible for a comprehensive benefits package
-…in work schedules (Full-time and Part-time positions available)
-Fun fact: One of Road Scholar’s drivers even brings his dog with him on the road!
Great work environment
-An operations team that is friendly, courteous, and knowledgeable
-Get treated with respect
-No discrimination. Here’s an example: One of Road Scholar’s female drivers takes pride in driving the American Breast Cancer truck, a cause dear to her heart, remarking that she has never faced inequality due to being a woman at Road Scholar
-Excellent equipment (Fun fact: Road Scholar conducts daily maintenance checks and operates newer models…one of the reasons why we’ve never been cited for a piece of faulty equipment in an accident!)
A Once-in-a-Lifetime Experience
-The ability to see new places/sights and meet new people
-Fun fact: One of our drivers met Lorretta Lynn at a Tennessee truck stop. Another witnessed a tornado come across the highway he was traveling on.
Make a Difference
-Why not feel good about what you do and drive with a purpose? Now you can. Road Scholar Transport created the 10 Million Miles to a Cure Awareness Campaign, dedicating several trucks to charities such as Autism Speaks, Prostate Cancer Awareness, and the Children’s Craniofacial Foundation to help spread awareness and fight for a cure.
-Here’s what one of our drivers had to say about the awareness campaign. “The awareness program is really good. I get a lot of compliments about the foundation that I drive for. I drive the American Foundation for the Blind. I had one person in Virginia, a gentleman out of the blue come up and tell me that his daughter was in that foundation. It made me feel pretty good b/c I feel like I’m the odd ball out of the whole group. He liked the truck. He took all kinds of pictures.”
Learn more about Road Scholar Transport by visiting www.roadscholar.com at apply today!